Czech Republic

Visegrad countries make a fist against EU ‘double standards’

Leaders of four central European countries will meet next week to urge the EU to act against food companies which put inferior ingredients in branded products destined for sale in poorer member states.

Czech Republic’s foreign minister victim of sophisticated cyberattack

The Czech Republic's foreign minister said that his email account and the accounts of dozens of ministry officials have been successfully hacked.

Czech finance minister avoids conflicts of interest under protest

Czech Finance Minister Andrej Babis said he would transfer his assets a trust fund to comply with new conflict-of- interest legislation, but would also challenge the rules with the European Commission.

The ‘dirtiest man in Europe’ has passed away

The man nicknamed 'the dirtiest in Europe' has passed away. Ludvik Dolezal, a homeless man from the Czech Republic, suffered from an unusual psychological condition.

Ex-Wimbledon champ “lucky to be alive” after knife attack

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has said she is lucky to be alive after she was injured by a knife-wielding attacker at her home.

EU compared to ‘communist regime’ by former Czech President

Vaclav Klaus, who served as President of his country from ten years to 2013, condemned the EU for being beholden to ideologies that limit freedom, accusing modern European leaders of being blind to its real intentions.



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